"Manufacturers and Importers of Horse Equipment since 1947"
Since 1947 National Bridle Shop has supplied customers with quality Bridles, Halters, and Leather Products. We take great pride in our exclusive Tennessean line of Gaited Horse saddles and accessories. On our web site you will discover Day Coats, Saddle Suits, Vests, Jodhpurs, Derbies, Riding Gloves, Schooling Helmets, Horse Blankets, Coolers, Fly Sheets, Tail Sets, Training Equipment, Driving Harness, Jerald Carts, Wormers, Oster Products, Wahl Products, Mini Horse, Bits, Cut-Back saddles, Crabtree Saddle, Western Saddles, Gaited Horse Saddles, Flex Tree Saddles and many more accessories for horse and rider
Host, Tom Seay features a different riding location each week. Each feature location is a riding destination viewers can go to with their own horses or the locations are sites that provide horses for their guests. The show covers all of the details you would want to know before you visit yourself, such as the trails and terrain, the footing and the difficulty level of the trails. Also, we show the lodging accomodations or camping facilities as well as ease of access with large rigs.
Stolen Horse International, Inc. (SHI) brings attention to a major crime against horse lovers, horse theft. The mission of Stolen Horse International, Inc. is to provide a comprehensive theft awareness program to all facets of the horse industry and offer educational opportunities for horse enthusiasts of all types and across all disciplines.
The purpose of this organization shall be:
1. To perpetuate the common sense use and enjoyment of horses in America’s back country and wilderness.
2. To work to insure that public lands remain open to recreational stock use.
3. To assist the various government and private agencies in their maintenance and management of said resource.
4. To educate, encourage and solicit active participation in the wise use of the back country resource by horsemen and the general public commensurate with our heritage.
5. To foster and encourage the formation of new state organizations and BCHA.
To rehabilitate, re-school & re-home unwanted, neglected, mistreated & misunderstood equines. To place them in permanent, loving, "forever” homes. We understand the commitment it takes to be a good horse "owner". Anyone can buy or even be given a "free" horse, but unfortunately not so many intend to be his life long partner. Here at Mountain View Rescue, all our horses are assured they will never be forgotten.
AERC Mission Statement: To promote the sport of endurance riding and to encourage and enforce the safe use of horses in demonstrating their endurance abilities in a natural setting through the development, use and preservation of trails. Further, AERC's mission is to maintain horse and ride records of event competition and completions, to record and provide awards to outstanding horses and riders, to ensure that all sanctioned events are conducted in a safe, fair and consistent manner, and to actively promote and conduct educational efforts and research projects that will foster a high level of safety and enjoyment for all horses and riders. The above is to be accomplished with the understanding that goals for the rider must be meshed with the abilities of the horse. Part of AERC's mission is to attract and reward members who act to insure the highest priority for their horses' immediate and long-term physical and emotional health and well-being.
South Eastern Distance Riders Association (SEDRA) is an organization dedicated to the distance sports of endurance, competitive trail riding, competitive driving and to owners of equine athletes. Our purpose is to encourage the growth and popularity of distance related equine sports throughout Florida and the southeastern United States.
We are a sanctioning body that fosters the establishment of well-managed distance events conducted and judged under standard rules and guidelines provided by SEDRA. We maintain records relating to these events for the benefit of its members and for the purpose of recognizing annual high point athletes and lifetime mileage accrual awards for riders and horses. SEDRA actively provides a wide variety of clinics to improve the horse/rider team and dedicates funds and volunteer hours to trails and trail cleanup/preservation. We can help you gain greater knowledge in the selection, care and use of the distance horse, any breed!
NATRC Mission Statement: The North American Trail Ride Conference (NATRC) promotes horsemanship and horse care as they apply to the sport of distance riding by offering a variety of challenging and educational experiences designed to strengthen horse and rider partnerships.
The North American Trail Ride Conference (NATRC) provides long distance competitive trail rides for riders of all breeds and from all disciplines. We promote safety, sportsmanship, education and trail horse advocacy through qualified evaluation of horse and rider by veterinary and horsemanship judges, in a fun, responsible environment for the whole family.
The Tennessee Equine Association (TEA) was organized to collectively represent the Tennessee Equine Industry with a factual, proactive voice for the protection of, education for and promotion and development within the equine industry in Tennessee.
The Tennessee Equine Association is the official Tennessee State affiliate of the American Horse Council, located in Washington, DC.
The Tennessee Equine Association is proud to be a founding member of the newly formed Farm Animal Care Coalition of Tennessee (FACCT).
The Economic Impact of the Tennessee Equine Industry is not being told. It is one of the immediate goals of TEA to get this message out. The Equine Livestock Industry in Tennessee is a billion dollar industry with over $6 billion dollars in assets on equine operations. According to the latest equine survey by the USDA and TDA, there were over 40,000 equine operations across the state representing over 200,000 total equine with an estimated value of $565 million, accounting for almost $600 million (597.2) in annual expenditures.
Another immediate goal of TEA is to provide a one stop location for "All Things Equine," by offering a website www.tnequine.org that is up-to-date and provides current information about any and all things connected to the success of the Equine Industry in Tennessee.
Loss of open land has been identified as the greatest threat to the future of all equestrian sport, recreation, and industry. By educating horse people and encouraging partnerships with conservationists and other user groups at the local level, the Equestrian Land Conservation Resource is mobilizing thousands of equestrians to work for land access and protection in their communities. We recognize that without such concerted efforts, the equestrian world as we know it is at great risk.